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TOPIC: WTB Stryker 29" , ZTR Crest 26", Sid RLT, bike

WTB Stryker 29" , ZTR Crest 26", Sid RLT, bike 2 years 6 months ago #1320

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Hi all,

For sell:

1.- Mavic XM317 26" wheelset. Used from July 2011 to February/March 2012. Thru axle, no tubeless set up. £30
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2.- No Tubes ZTR Crest 26" wheelset. Bought as an upgrade for the Mavic and used until I built the 29" in July 2013. Thru axle, supperleggera fast engaging rear hub, cx ray spokes (except 2 that I had to replace). Think around 1500/1600 gr pair. £80
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3.- WTB Stryker TCS Cross Country race 29" wheelset. Used from July 2013 for 1 year. Smooth rear hub, similar to American Classic. Don't know the weight but around 1500 gr. These are for quick release skewers £120.
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4.- Rockshox SID RLT 26" 120mm thru axle from 2011. Used from July 2011 until July 2013. There are some scratches in one of the stanchions but I was assured that wouldn't affect performance. No axle crown included. No maxle included£110
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5.- Cycle Surgery bike bag. Used it I guess 2 or 3 times. I forgot to take pics £35

Everything must go by the end of this week. Local collect much better. I'm based near Stratford but leaving house and driving north of the country next week, so I could leave it in your place. If buying the 29" wheelset you'll get all 29" tyres I got around here. Same thing for 26" wheelset
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M25, Junction 26 (Loughton & Waltham Abbey). From roundabouts, follow signs for Loughton A121 & Epping B1393 for 1.3 miles. Take 4th exit at Wake Arms roundabout for Woodford A104 for 2.8 miles. Turn right onto Rangers Road A1069, follow for 1 mile past the Royal Forest Hotel and down the hill. Take the first right onto Bury Road, continue for 200m and turn into the car park (see map below).

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